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As long as its not coffee Pennine lol
I dont like them lol
Coffee's good. I don't like that pink stuff that's supposed to be strawberry. Or those caramel take your filling out centres
Sam Glendinning wrote (see)
As long as its not coffee Pennine lol I dont like them lol
Me also-used to leave those for the girls when they were little. They soon cottoned on though!
WW-how lucky your wife was to have someone as special as you obviously are
Oh Im a fudge girl. Love them. Its always a fight to get to them before my OH
Not keen on soft centred chocolates, soft centred people I do love
WW - What a wonderful source of consolation your garden must be, no wonder you feel close to your wife when you're out there. When we lost my FIL, the vicar said it's like they're in another room, just one we can't enter - yet. Do believe that someone comes to collect you when it's your time to go.
Sam - where did you get that wonderful fairy on your avatar? Would love one of those, to go with my little gargoyle I move round the garden. Get yourself a sugar thermometer, and have a go at making fudge - if you've not a recipe, I can PM you a pretty foolproof recipe for chocolate fudge (must be foolproof - I can do it). Strangely enough, whenever I make it, it's a scramble to eat some before my Husband gets home from work, when it comes to fudge, I swear he's got a flip-top head
WW, the garden heals in every way it can.
My deepest condolences for your loss.
Hehehe, that would be wonderful Muddy paws. I dont have one but feel it will be the same in this house. OH has a very sweet tooth as does all the lads that come round on a sunday. I had 6 motorbikes out front today and they were all in eatting flapjacks and fairy cakes and drinking buckets of tea lolol. They are all big softies really lol.
The fairy was in a garden at the Gardening Scotland show in Edinburgh in 2011. It was humansize and stunning. There were a couple more too...
They were about £1000 each
Im a huge fairy and gargoyle fiend. I have a few in the garden and the rest are all in the house aqnd meant to be going in the garden but like them where they are lol.
This was gardening Scotland exhibition garden in 2011. I would LOVE this garden..but Alas it is not mine
They are beautiful fairies. I have a fairy too, reading a book, but it was cast in concrete by a local lady and not very expensive, a lot smaller. She sits on a low stone wall under a tree in my garden.
My hubby says he wants a "nymph surprised while bathing" for the garden (he is only joking!) I said if he got that I'd clothe it with an old coat & wooly hat.
Sam - what about tablet? Much better than the chewy fudge!! It's sooo sweet. If you take a bite then a drink of tea it's as if you've put sugar in the tea.
Ooooooooo, your all a bad influence lol. Tablet sounds great
Nobody's e-mailed me at all, I'm obviously not wanted .
Never mind I'll stay here - you can't get rid of me then . Or maybe everyone will press the "ignore" button .
Oh well I'll have to talk to my self then (te-he) .
I think they've all gone to bed Jeannie! Goodnight
Jeannie - no emails for me either - but, on reflection, thats probably a jolly good thing !!
Glad you are staying here - I love this site, and can't wait for it all to get back to normal....
Lets hope that everyone's far to busy today to recruit via PMs or to stir things up - there's gardening to be done (except for those of us who have to go to work )